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Lowlife (Crime/black comedy)

Discussion in 'Konoha Theatre' started by Uncle Acid, Sep 11, 2018.

  1. Uncle Acid Well-Known Member

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    I ain't gonna add too much about this, but I watched this yesterday and was quite surprised to say the least. I haven't heard a single mention of this nowhere and just checked it out because I really liked the artworks.

    Lowlife, Ryan Prows debut feature, isn't an original film that brings anything new to the table. But it still feels like a breath of fresh air, as it's 100% 90's Quentin Tarantino through and through. If you ask me, everything about the film just feels extremely 90's Tarantinoesque, and I loved it. Everything from the way the film is told and filmed, to the characters and their dialogue just feel like early Tarantino.

    I guess a lot of people will write it off as a poor copycat, but for someone like me who's watched Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown 50+ times each it was totally awesome.
     
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    No replies? What the fuck guys. Just do yourself a favour and watch it if you like old Tarantiono.
     
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